The dreaded “Do you have any firearms in the vehicle” question

The dreaded “Do you have any firearms in the vehicle” question

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    The dreaded “Do you have any firearms in the vehicle” question

    The next time you are pulled over and are armed just be honest about what you have and polite when asked where it’s at.

    https://youtu.be/aMbJr4RSSAY
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    I'm upfront when I get stopped. Its required by law. By the time the officer steps to the window, I've got my CC card and DL out in my hand with both hands at 10 and 2 on the steering wheel and the window down, engine off.
    Only happened three times in the last 10 years or so. I've got a lead foot and deserved all the tickets, so can't be mad at getting one.
    The OHP in all cases ask where the weapons are located and I tell them. The first stop back in Tx county in the panhandle, the trooper asked me to remove my pistol before going back to his vehicle. I politely refused because a dash cam could show me reaching for a weapon. No issue, sat in the vehicle and we talked. He saw my competition USPSA membership card when I had my wallet out and said he was a member as well. AWESOME!! I might get out of this one. Nope. LOL.
    The other two speeding stops were non-events. One with an AR in the back seat openly displayed. Nothing was said about it.
    "The strongest reason for the people to retain the right to keep and bear arms is, as a last resort,
    to protect themselves against tyranny in government." - Thomas Jefferson

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    I had a buddy send that to me yesterday pretty funny

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    That's classic! Dennis, I used to think of speeding tickets as a speed tax.
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